The Warrandyte Festival
The much-loved Warrandyte Festival is a celebration of community, participation and friendship. Held on the banks of the Yarra in March each year, the Festival is an opportunity for local people, families, schools, community groups and services to come together and enjoy everything that Warrandyte offers.
The 2015 Festival will be held from 20 – 22 March 2015.
On the banks of the Yarra, festival-goers enjoy the duck race, billy cart derby, great live music and fabulous festival fare. The kids are entertained all weekend while adults enjoy the swinging sounds of vibrant bands and catching up with friends.
The theme for 2015 is ‘Smart Arts’.
Historically, Warrandyte is well known for the artists who drew inspiration from the bush and the river, the community and the wildlife.
From potters to impressionists, many talented contemporary artists continue to call Warrandyte home.
2015 Festival Monarchs
We welcome Cherry and Joff as our 2015 Festival Monarchs.
Known for her colourful and vibrant oil on canvas, Cherry is a well known artist who often draws inspiration from her Warrandyte garden and the Yarra River.
Joff is a born and bread Warrandytian, cartoonist and an accomplished potter, tutoring at the Potters School for many years.
News and quick Links
Application forms now available online.
Keep up to date via our Facebook page
The Warrandyte Festival is a no smoking event across the entire Reserve, all weekend.
Celebrating our history
The first Warrandyte Festival was held in 1977, which means we will soon be celebrating our big 4 0 !
Do you have any Festival photos from the late 70s, 80s, 90s and 2000s that you can share with us please? We’ll make an album on our website and facebook page for everyone to see.
Please email high res files to email@example.com.
***Please provide as much information about the photos as possible (who, when, what etc)**
Find out more about our history.